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Jimmy O. Yang's Funny Fantasy

The one-time Silicon Valley star has been on a roll: He fell in love, smashed a new stand-up comedy special on Amazon, and booked his first prestige starring role in the upcoming series Interior Chinatown. Now, Jimmy O. Yang has his sights on the rest of Hollywood. But is Hollywood ready for Jimmy O. Yang? 

The Latest Jan 6 Capitol Riots Arrest Is an Actor From Bob’s Burgers and Arrested Development

Apparently Jimmy Pesto was in the mix with the other rioters.

Tom Colicchio Loves The Bear (And Hates The Menu)

The most intimidating judge on ‘Top Chef’ caught up with GQ about his worst kitchen scars, restaurant scandals, and which season was “the high-water mark” of contestant talent.

George Santos Has a Bad Case of the Shoppies

Federal prosecutors say the New York congressman used campaign funds for “luxury designer clothing and credit card payments.”

If We Ban TikTok, We’ll Lose Something We Can Never Get Back 

Montana lawmakers have voted to outlaw the app, and the federal government is toying with the same idea. But with Instagram and Twitter in steep decline, what will be left of social media if we lose TikTok?  

Jamaal Bowman Is Working on Wellness  

The congressman caught up with GQ fitness columnist Joe Holder about building wellbeing in historically marginalized communities, taking better care of his own health, and his jaw-dropping bench press PR.  

A Unified Theory of the Trad Health Food Influencer 

Conspiratorial, conservative-leaning voices in nutrition get lots wrong, but there’s a big truth behind their appeal: The modern food system is making us sick.  

Winning Time Season 2 Promises to Dig into Magic Johnson and Larry Bird’s Rivalry

The HBO sports dramedy’s second season will premiere in August.

The Most Exciting Horror Filmmaking Is Happening on YouTube, of All Places

A paradigm shift courtesy of social media is birthing a new crop of aspiring horror auteurs behind films like Skinamarink and A24's Talk to Me.

How Jersey Club Music Became the Blueprint for Your Favorite Hip-Hop Songs Right Now

From Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem to Pink Pantheress and Ice Spice, why your favorite artists love rapping on a classic dance music style that’s been slowly infiltrating the mainstream.

In Praise of From, a Great Riff on Lost That You Probably Aren’t Watching

In a crowded marketplace of puzzle-box shows, only one of them truly stands out. And you can find it on… MGM+?

Max Homa on His First Impressions of the PGA Tour-LIV Deal, a Hometown U.S. Open, and His Insanely Zen Golf Swing

Chatting with one of golf's coolest characters weighs ahead of this week's major in Los Angeles.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Is Once Again the NBA's Most Stylish Player

That's back-to-back wins for the Thunder superstar.

Can Jimmie Johnson and Jenson Button Pilot a Supercharged Stock Car to Glory at Le Mans?

The NASCAR and F1 champs are teaming up—in an absolutely enormous vehicle—to give it a go.

Fernando Tatis Jr. is Baseball's New Cleat God

The San Diego Padres have a star on the field and a hypebeast off of it.

One of Across the Spider-Verse’s Most Memorable Scenes Was Animated By a 14-Year-Old

A Toronto kid’s viral fan video caught the attention of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, which landed him a job on one of the year’s best movies.

How Daniel Kaluuya’s Cockney-Speaking, Authority-Defying Spider-Punk Came to Life

Across the Spider-Verse co-director Kemp Powers explains how Daniel Kaluuya helped him create the film's most colorful new character–a Sex Pistols-inspired punk rock superhero.

On This Season of The Other Two, the Lead Has Become the Villain

Drew Tarver opens up about his character Cary, whose selfishness and desperation for fame and success hits a new low this week.

Support UNICEF to Aid Turkey’s Earthquake Relief Efforts

February’s earthquakes in Turkey left over 50,000 dead and displaced millions more. At the epicenter of the disaster, UNICEF is helping young people resume their lives.

Yes, That’s The Weeknd’s Actual Bel-Air Mansion in The Idol

The pop star’s real-life $70 million estate served as the shooting location for fake pop star Jocelyn’s fictional spread.

A Mind-Bending Journey with the Mystic Master of New Age Music

You’ve probably never heard of Peter Davison, but if you’ve ever been to a yoga studio or spa, you’ve almost certainly heard his music. His staggering body of work traces the history of New Age—and reveals why it has once again become the soundtrack to our lives.

Will the New Apple Headset Be the iPhone of Virtual Reality?

Apple became the world’s most valuable company by taking cutting-edge technology and turning it into something cool, normal people might actually want to use. Is there any world in which the new Apple Vision headset does the same with VR?

Why Across the Spider-Verse Ends in a Cliffhanger and What It Means for the Franchise

For once, the “to be continued” ending doesn’t seem like a copout, but rather a sign of something much more ambitious.

When Summer Blockbusters Collide: A Short History

Barbie Vs. Oppenheimer isn’t unprecedented. The history of summer blockbuster showdowns may offer clues as to which will reign supreme.

Welcome to the Dirtbag Side of TikTok

Max Schneider’s satire of LA dudes who wear pristine workpants and can’t handle commitment is going viral with men and women alike. GQ gets coffee with him to see where the character ends and the real man begins.

Breaking Down That Surprise Cameo in Across the Spider-Verse

The full circle moment gives an inspiration his due and closes a loop that had been open since 2010. 

How Singer-Songwriter D4vd Became the Mouthpiece for Gen-Z Heartache

The homeschooled teenager from Houston just wanted to make music for Fortnite montages. Now he’s on a sold-out tour with a new EP.

Gunna Fires Back at Those Who Said He “Told” on Young Thug in New Song “Bread & Butter”

The track is Gunna’s first single since he was released from prison last December after filing an Alford plea in the ongoing YSL Rico case.

When Is a ‘Problematic Fave’ Actually a Monster? 

In her bestselling new book, Claire Dederer reckons with problematic artists like Roman Polanski and J.K. Rowling—and the thorny question of whether we can still love their greatest works. 

 Dwayne Johnson Isn’t Just Returning to the Fast & Furious Franchise, He’s Getting His Own Spinoff

And it’s not a sequel to Hobbs & Shaw. Confused yet?

Every Episode of Succession, Ranked

From Kendall's 40th birthday to Tom's bachelor party, the HBO series gave us a handful of instant classic hours — and a few less-than-classic ones.

How Taylor Rooks Became Your Favorite Athlete’s Favorite Journalist

The sports personality gets athletes to open up in unexpected ways—and is making a name for herself in the process.

An Encounter With Jeremy Fragrance, the Unhinged Future of Influencers

On today’s internet, everyone is playing a character. Some more so than others.

The Return of Ryan Gosling

As he ventures back into the spotlight to play Ken in the summer blockbuster Barbie, Ryan Gosling talks candidly about why he stepped away from Hollywood, why he’s thinking about movie-making differently now, and why he’s prioritizing the offscreen roles he plays in real life.

How J. Cole Helped the Miami Heat Sign Breakout Star Caleb Martin

 A call on Martin’s behalf from his fellow North Carolina native went a long way towards getting him where he is now.